New Delhi: The terror attack on an Indian Army camp in Jammu and Kashmir's Uri base, which killed 18 soldiers, has drawn condemnation from around the world.
India has blamed Pakistan for the attack.
The Narendra Modi government is under huge pressure to “teach a lesson” to Pakistan in the wake of the cross-border terror attack.
India on Monday weighed its options against Pakistan in the wake of the Uri terror attack, with the Army vowing to pick its own "time and place" to retaliate and the political leadership authorising a global diplomatic blitz aimed at isolating Islamabad as a backer of terrorism.
This has frightened Pakistan so much that its media is coming up with strange claims.
Watch the video here to understand Pakistan's current state of mind:
Meanwhile, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has urged the US to help resolve issues between Islamabad and New Delhi. The Pakistani leader is scheduled to address the session on Wednesday where he would specifically focus on the current situation in Jammu and Kashmir.